Black earth : the Holocaust as history and warning / Timothy SnyderMaterial type: TextPublisher: London : The Bodley Head, 2015Copyright date: ©2015Edition: First editionDescription: xiii, 462 pages : maps ; 24 cmContent type:
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Introduction: Hitler's world -- Living space -- Berlin, Warsaw, Moscow -- The promise of Palestine -- The state destroyers -- Double occupation -- The greater evil -- Germans, Poles, Soviets, Jews -- The Auschwitz paradox -- Sovereignty and survival -- The gray saviors -- Partisans of God and man -- The righteous few -- Conclusion: Our world.
"It comforts us to believe that the Holocaust was a unique event. But, as Timothy Snyder shows, we have missed basic lessons of the history of the Holocaust, and some of our beliefs are frighteningly close to the ecological panic that Hitler expressed in the 1920s. As ideological and environmental challenges to the world order mount, our societies might be more vulnerable than we would like to think." --publisher's description
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